This morning Jerry did his weekly appearance on Dallas Radio Station 105.3 and made these comments when asked about Jason Garrett‘s recent struggles and whether he is in fact on the hot seat:
“I have felt that we’ve got a lot invested in Jason Garrett. He’s had a lot of years that he’s been a part of the Cowboys. And he’s involved into what I think is a top coach. He would be a very sought-after coach if he were out here in the open market,” Jones said Tuesday on Ben and Skin on 105.3 The Fan. “He brings a lot to the table. And I can genuinely say that that is not a thought that I’m having so it would be unfair to our fans for me to have any indication about what I may think the future is as far as head coach.
“Everybody’s aware this is the last year of his agreement but that really just means that we can all sit down and take a look at things at the end of the year. That was the case when he won the first three ballgames and still the case today after losing the last three.”
“If Jason Garrett had been out on the market two weeks ago, he would’ve had five offers for head coaching. I know that,” Jones said when asked about a possible extension for Garrett.
If you and your long time girlfriend clearly are not working out together, would you not break up with her because she has striking red hair and other guys might try to smash? Because that is essentially what Jerry just said today.
Talk about a ride or die bitch.
Which is what Jerry has become in his older years, shocking considering his past. The guy fired Tom Landry after one days practice, fired Jimmy Johnson after multiple Super Bowls but for some reason he just can’t quit Jason Garrett? What gives, Jerry?
Why is there so much loyalty to a dude who in his almost ten years as head coach for the Cowboys is 2-3 in playoffs games. Who is currently riding a 3 game losing streak after an entire offseason of hype about how this is the best Cowboys team to take a field since the Aikman days.
Jerry, there is no fucking way Garrett would be a highly sought after coach. Just look at his record. Look at the stats. They speak volumes about Garrett’s coaching. Teams nowadays rather take a chance on a young, up-and-comer than a coach who has a ten year track record of losing. Shouldn’t the Cowboys think about doing the same?